• vero [at] sigma.iimas.unam [dot] mx
  • veronica [dot] miropina [at] normalesup [dot] org

Verónica Miró Pina's webpage


I am a postdoc at IIMAS , at UNAM (Mexico), working with Arno Siri-Jégousse and Adrian González Casanova .

My reseach area is Probability applied to Population Genetics. So far, I have been working on multi-locus models in population genetics, to understand how recombination can shape patterns of genetic diversity. I have also worked on spatial models, to study how the geographic structure of a population can influence genetic variability.

I recently completed my PhD at Sorbonne Université, under the supervision of Emmanuel Schertzer and Amaury Lambert.

The title of the dissertation is "Equilibrium patterns of genetic diversity shuffled by migration and recombination". The manuscript can be found here.

Short CV

    2018 - present: Postdoc at IIMAS, UNAM

    2015 - 2018: PhD at Sorbonne Université

    2013 - 2014: Master's degree in Applied Mathematics at UPMC (Paris 06)

    2011 - 2013: Bachelor's degree in Biology at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris

    A long CV is availaible here


Population Genetics, Evolution

Recombination, migration, spatial models

Stochastic processes, Coalescence theory, Fragmentation-Coagulation processes, measure-valued processes